The City of Fayetteville introduced a new community engagement platform at Tuesday evening’s City Council Agenda Session meeting. 

The new platform is asking residents to speak up and give ideas on city projects like the Cultural Arts Corridor, the 71B Corridor Development Plan and the Study for Flood Management and Water Quality Funding

Residents are welcome to take surveys through the new platform’s website which is called “Speak Up Fayetteville.”

If you would like to learn more about “Speak Up Fayetteville,” click here